Len Ochs, PhD
Len Ochs is a neuropsychophysiologist with over 30 years experience as a psychologist working in behavioral medicine. With a PhD in social psychology and extensive formal clinical and school psychology training, he is nationally recognized for his work in this area. He served two terms as President of the New York Biofeedback Society. With a background in electronics and programming, he invented and continues to develop a form of neurofeedback that involves nonconscious responsiveness of the brain, which is ideal for those who cannot sit still or have no language skills. In October, 2014 he was awarded the Joel L Lubar award for his pioneering contributions to neurobiofeedback.